Once the PC has restarted for the first time, the user is met with an image of the coronavirus and a jeering message: “coronavirus has infected your PC!”. On every subsequent restart, a plain-text message reads “Your Computer Has Been Trashed (sic)”. … [Read more...] about This new malware locks you out of Windows 10 – but there’s a simple fix
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Direct payments of $1,200 to most adults making up to $75,000, or $2,400 for couples making up to $150,000. Each dependent child increases the amount by $500. The amount decreases for individuals with incomes above $75,000, and payments cut off for those above $99,000.Expanded unemployment benefits that boost the maximum benefit by $600 per week and provide laid-off workers their full pay for four months. Eligibility is extended to independent contractors and the self-employed.$130 billion for hospitals.Hundreds of billions of dollars in loans for businesses and for local and state governments. Apple donates millions more masks worldwide Apple CEO Tim Cook provided an update on the tech giant's efforts to help the world through COVID-19, saying Apple has now "sourced, procured and is donating 10 million masks to the medical community in the United States." This is in addition to "millions more" donated to the hardest hit … [Read more...] about Coronavirus updates: Global cases hit 1 million, mask recommendation likely in US
David Hutton, an associate professor of health management and policy at the University of Michigan School of Public Health, agreed that "to really 'defeat' this in the long term and get back to 'business as usual' … we will need a highly effective treatment or a vaccine." Until the virus is totally controlled on a global scale "constant vigilance" is needed, he said. … [Read more...] about Instead of just flattening the COVID-19 curve, can we ‘crush’ it?